Amy Goyer discussed 5 details she wishes she'd discussed with loved ones before they died.
I’m a caregiving expert, with more than 30 years of experience in the field of aging, so you’d think I’d be fully prepared for a loved one’s death, especially when that person is older or has been battling illness.
Casey Kasem
(Updated June 16)
last will and testament
It's tempting, I know. You're trying to save money. You don't have lots of property to leave to others. Your estate isn't complicated.
oconnor
For those of us who love the law, what's best about it is how it is always developing, changing, adding data points like dots in a pointillistic picture. For those of us with a career in the law, staying engaged with - and curious about - theory and policy and societal progress transform a 30- or 40- or 50-year occupation into a passion.
ronaldmotley
If Ronald Lee Motley hadn't existed, some novelist or screenwriter surely would have made him up: a high-powered, flamboyant attorney with a smooth-as-silk Southern drawl who fancied ostrich-skin cowboy boots and liked to sail on a 165-foot yacht named after Themis, the female Greek titan of law, whenever he wasn't in a courtroom whacking corporate bigwigs around like so many piñatas.
Eggplant
 The following is a guest post from Nicole Duritz, Vice President, Health, AARP Education & Outreach
Eggplant
Nebraska has a bill before it's legislature that will address the difficult issue of a deceased person's online life by giving access to the executor of that person's estate. The bill does not just focus on Facebook, but takes into account the myriad social network, blogging and email accounts that a person can acquire over the years.
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